Is the debate about the nation novel to the movement of the Mapuche people?
Tag Archive for ‘South America (Südamerika)’
The Challenges of Interculturality in the Americas
This dossier invites to focus on interculturalities as an epistemological approach, a dialogical method and an aspiration of inclusiveness.
Public History in Brazil
Do dialogical practices of knowledge sharing and production characterize Public History in Brazil? This issue discusses the question.
The Role of History and Memory in Contemporary Chile
How much has Chile, as a society, learned from the violation of human rights under Pinochet’s dictatorship?
Historicizing Violence, Politicizing the Present
Abstract: A statement frequently heard in everyday conversations in Colombia and in the country’s local media is that this is “a violent country by nature.” The violent 16th-century conquest or… Read More ›
How Recent is Recent History?
Prompted by the protests in Chile and the memories of the civil war in Peru, this paper reflects on temporality in memory studies.
History, Memory, and Violent Pasts in Latin America
The histories of most Latin American countries and peoples carry strong legacies of human rights violations.